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for the obama administration the testimony will be, in part, dominated by a whistleblower in the state department's counter-terrorism bureau. expected to testify about the failure of secretary of state hillary clinton to assure the benghazi facility security. fox news chief washington correspondent has our report. >> and directed our response from the state department and stayed in close contact with officials from across our government. >> reporter: in the early hours of the crisis, the state department whistle-blower will send tell congress secretary clinton and undersecretary state for management tried to cut the department's own counter-terrorism bureau out of the chain of reporting in decision making. what would have been her motivation for doing that, do you believe? if you wanted it to seem like it was in terrorism, keeping in out of the room allows you to play with this false truth that somehow it was a video, the same as the protests in egypt which, of course, from the get go everyone knew just wasn't true. >> reporter: the whistle blower is a former marine and longtime senior
then secretary of state hillary clinton as well as key aides to her and president obama charges already vehemently denied by the obama administration the panel's ranking democrat is decrying advance leaks for the testimony. >> i demand hearing for everybody, for the benefit of everybody. >> reporter: state officials have already begun whispering how whistle-blower witnesses career civil servants with impressive jobs have ax s es to draw and that the state department has threatened them against testifying. >> thank you. >>> tennessee republican bob corker is predicting the u.s. will soon be arming syrian rebels. secretary of state john kerry and russian president vladimir putin discussed the serious situation today in moscow. kerry says he hopes the two can find common ground. >>> iran's race is officially under way to replace mahmoud ahmadinejad, who cannot serve a third term. back at home and amazing story in cleveland, ohio. sounds more like a movie plot, three women held captive for ten years, suddenly free and their alleged captors in custody. our correspondent has the remarkable re
's the headline from president obama's commencement speech at ohio state university. speaking on sunday to graduates he suggested they are not to bad to it. >> you grew up hearing voices that incessantly warn that government is nothing more than a separate sinister entity at the root of all of our problems. you should reject these voices. what they suggest that our brave and creative and unique experiment in self-rule is a sham. with which we can't be trusted. >> quote, our democracy isn't working as well as we know it can. and then later he offered a dare. >> look at all america has already accomplished. look how big we have been. i dare you, class of 2013, to do better. i dare you to dream bigger. >> well i dare you something. all right, speaking of dreaming bigger this dog chasing the impossible stick. >> what is wrong with you, bill? bill is having convulsions. >> that's amaze. he made his own fun. >> you know what you saw in him? you saw you because he was turtling it of the he is not wearing any pants just like you. >> all of that would have been fine, but he had to make the noise
, south carolina picked mitt romney over president obama by 11 points. south carolina was a very red state this past time around. but south carolina's first congressional district is even redder than the whole state. in the first congressional district in south carolina, mitt romney beat president obama not by 11 points, the state wide margin, but by 18 points. and that very republican district is the district that is about to have a special election tomorrow to pick a new member of congress. and because it is such a republican district, you would expect any republican to have a huge advantage heading into tomorrow's voting. but instead, in this particular district, in south carolina, heading into tomorrow's voting, it is essentially a jump ball, a tied game. that is because the republicans did not pick just any republican for this congressional race. they picked this guy. >> i've let down a lot of people. i've been unfaithful to my wife. started out as a dear, dear friend from argentina, it began very innocently. about a year ago it sparked into something more than that. i have seen her t
this week could be devastating to the obama administration and to hillary clinton who ran the state department at the time. the key question was there a coverup? five days before ambassador stevens was murdered, president obama spoke at the democratic national convention. >> we have blunted the taliban's momentum in afghanistan and in 2014, our longest war will be over. [cheers] >> a new tower rises above the new york skyline, al qaeda is on the path to defeat and usama bin laden is dead. [cheers] >> bill: part of president obama's platform last fall was the assertion that on his watch terror agencies were badly damaged. but if organized terrorists did indeed kill ambassador stevens, that claim would have been dubious. a few weeks after the benghazi attack, fox news analyst charles krauthammer said this. >> of course it effects the president because just a week earlier they had been proclaiming the death of bin laden, of course, and by implication and often by statement at charlotte over and over again how they had disseminated and removed the threat from al qaeda. and this is a dir
obama. if it involves unnamed people at the state department or i told xy this, then it just goes aways. it's the same thing that happened with watergate. once it started to hill, nixon's big guns, right up there, and then nixon started to literally sweat about it, then everybody, the folks started to pay attention. but if it's gonna be wishy washy in the hearing on wednesday, and, believe me, the democrats are going to try to make it such, folks aren't going to engage. >> yeah. well, look, a couple of -- first of all, i think you are right, there needs to be more to this than we have seen thus far there is a lot here. there is an excellent piece out by steve hayes and "the weekly standard" that draws this for the first time right into the white house on the afternoon of the 14th of september, friday afternoon, at about 6:52 in the evening. early evening, they send out and draft talking points that have been really finalized just before noon earlier that day at the cia. and they are sent out. and literally within 40 minutes the spokesman at the state department, sick tore i can't new la
's first 3-d printed gun. it is real and spectacular. and in a commencement address at ohio state president obama encourages people to fight the system. no, he tells them to trust the government. and chris christie kills a spider in front of a group of fourth grader. not sure what the story s. -- the story is. i'm sure rhinos crush spiders all the time. >> thank you, andy.
, in the united states for obama to do something. at the same time-- and i think it's fair to say there's a humanitarian catastrophe which is unfolding in syria. i mean, 70,000 dead, 3.5 million refugees. people in the white house including the president would like to do something about it. >> rose: is it possible that syria could become a rogue state controlled by al qaeda and al qaeda-affiliated groups? >> i think it's unlikely and i'm basing this more on a gut feeling than anything else. i mean, syria's had a long history as a secular mediterranean country. the extremists have some influence now because they're very effective fighters. but i think at the end of the day this is not afghanistan and i just think it's unlikely that syria will be ruled by a caliphate. what's more likely is chaos. there won't be anybody in charge. >> rose: is that worse or -- chaos may be worse, even. >> well, sooner or later -- >> rose: because everybody else comes in to take advantage of chaos. >> yeah, that's the danger. and next door iraq is on the verge of breaking out in fighting again between maliki
circumstance? >> i think -- you know, when president obama looks at what's real important to the uted states, stopping iran from getting nuclear weapons, he's made it very clear that's something he's prepared to do if necessary and he's explained why he thinks that would dramatically change the balance of power in the region as well as efforts to prevent spread of nuclear weapons. so to the extent that he can avoid getting dragged into these other kinds of conflict which is will dissipate u.s. resources and suck up time and energy, it may make sense for him to save his powder if it becomes necessary to attack iran. and we don't know, of course, whether that's going happen. but that may be a queion that gets put to obama in the next year or two. >> rose: it's probably going to be with him through the rest of his term, isn't it? >> unless we get a diplomatic deal which i think is pretty unlikely. >> rose: there is no diplomacy working is it? >> i think it's because the supreme leader doesn't want a deal. we've put a lot of different ideas on the table and he, frankly, hasn't engaged with us i
political and going from there. >> you have expressed disappointment in the past because president obama then secretary of state hillary clinton then secretary of defense leon panetta all of them came to you, talked to you. >> yes. >> and then you haven't heard from them. have you heard from anybody in the obama administration? have you gotten any outreach or any answers at all? >> i got one telephone call from a clerk that was a couple days after it happened. he was reading to me from the time line which i already had. and that was it. and since then, all they have told me is that i am not part of the immediate family so they don't want to tell me anything. >> secretary of state hillary clinton testified about the benghazi tragedy shortly before she left office. i want to play a little bit of what she said. >> with all due respect, the fact is, we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do eve
a bill it would allow states to collect taxes oint net sales on states like ebay and amazon. they can only collect from stores that have a physical presence in that state. the bill now heads to the house. >> republican senator stealing the show from president obama during a bipartisan game of golf. he had a hole in one on the 11th home. bob corker beat the president and mark nudal. it is the second hole in one. president obama had never witnessed one before and thought it was pretty cool. >> the time now is 12 minutes after the hour. coming up we will condititinue bring you the latest developments of the missing women found in ohio after 10 years. also coming up three beens -- witnesses telling what they knew about the terror attacks in benghazi. what kind of questions can they expect. >> amazing photos in earth taken from outer space. how the photos were taken using a device that you likely own. fi. since aflac is helping with his expenses while he can't work, he can focus on his recovery. he doesn't have to worry so much about his mortgage, groceries, or even gas bills. kick! kick..
accommodations with president obama and secretary of state clinton. >> shepard: our coverage begins tomorrow morning 11 is:30 eastern and 10:3030 central on fox news. the sign says it all three families welcome home three women after a decade in what had to be a living hell. we'll hear more from the neighbor who says he was just eating mcdonald's when he became a hero. plus, a top u.s. official is now saying there could be a breakup of syria. and president obama responds to critics who claim he is not acting quickly enough to enforce his red line in syria. that's all ahead as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news as fox reports live tonight. ♪ even superheroes need superheroes, and some superheroes need complete and balanced meals with 23 vitamins and minerals. purina dog chow. help keep him strong. dog chow strong. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat mo dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solut
of state, an early indication that they are interested in engaging with the obama's second-term white house on some of the biggest issues and if china did in fact persuade north korea to step down and step back from the precipice, pull the missiles back op their launching pads, that would be a very big deal and a very good sign for u.s./china relations. >> it seems to be one of the biggest motivator, one of the things the united states makes clear, you would assume one of the last thing china wants is some sort of arms race. especially so this chatter about japan and south korea feeling the need to arm themselves is something china doesn't want and i will sit down. >>> let me begin by saying it is a great pleasure to welcome president park and our friends from the republic of korea. madam president, we are greatly honored that you've chosen the united states as your first foreign visit. this reflects the deep friendship between our peoples and the great alliance between our nations which is marking another milestone. i'm told in korea, a 60th birthday is a special celebration of life. and l
obama's vision of a world without nuclear weapons should start on the korean peninsula and we stated that we would continue to strengthly urge north korea in close concert with the other members of the six-party talks and the international community to faithfully abide by its international obligations under the september 19 joint statement and the relevant ecurity council resolutions. korea and the u.s. will work jointly to induce north korea to make the right choice through multifaceted efforts including the implementation of the korean peninsula trust building process that i had spelled out. i take this opportunity to once again send a clear message, north korea will not be able to survive if it only clings to developing its nuclear weapons at the expense of its people's happiness. concurrently pursuing nuclear arsenals and economic development can by no means succeed. this is the shared view of the other members of the six-party talks and the international community. however, should north korea choose the path to becoming a responsible member of the community of nations, we are wi
the same and joined our state legislature and some eight other seniors to support their effort state wide and to support president obama and senior fine fine stein on their national events and i want to take a moment to make sure that we hong hospital members of sandy hook continue keeping them in our minds and but also, that things that are not as announced but every single week whether it's oakland san jose or san francisco, that is young kid and i get this text every night calf can american meal 17 -years-old victim, to the chess, to the head. we have got to end this gun violence we have got do embrace, strategies that work so that, you can keep our cities safe. that will help us, as much as education is, as much as investment in housing is as much as investing in buss as well. it's got to be the whole package and i don't care what poles say or what political groups say it's the right thing do let's all join together and make sure that happens. (applause) >>> i'll close i want to thank dan and tim for awful their good economic analysis, i think they guided you with that i'll be hap
so. and we must support president obama and senator finestien comprehensive effort to reform the gun laws, i support state and federal effort to keep the weapons off of our streets and out of our homes. i have directed our city agencies and law enforcement officials to move towards plans of action, to prioritize and create solutions that impact policy changes and take aggressive actions against the moment egregious types of gun violence and we are working hard and making more plans for more deeper, more wider gun buy back programs and events that will take place later this year. but no single mayor can stop gun violence alone. if we work together, as a city, as a community, as a region, as a state, and now, as importantly as a nation, if we work together as a nation, we can make real impact. forget the polls. forget the politics. forget the threats of this lobbying group or that lobbying group. we are doing what is necessary and what is the right thing to do. and we are not going to make any excuses for why we can't get it done. it is time to take a stand and it is time to stand for
everything. >> president obama spoke at ohio state's graduation and told the students that it's their responsibility to make the world a better place. they were, like, wait isn't that literally your responsibility? >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the cry to help to a 911 operator could not have been clearer. >> amanda berry made the call after escaping from a house in cleveland. she and two other women say they were held there against their will. three brothers are now under arrest. dean reynolds is at the scene in cleveland. dean, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning. this headline in "the cleveland plain dealer" today says it all, "alive and safe." >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years, and i'm -- i'm here. i'm free now! >> reporter: the nightmare is over for amanda berry. her break from captivity came late monday after her alleged kidnapper stepped out of the house. neighbor charles ramsey said he heard a woman screaming for help. >> i see this girl and she's just going nuts on the door. i'm, like w
it does right gets the attention from the president of united states. gerri: hello, everybody. tonight, on "the willis report," new controversy tonight about president obama's latest picks for top government positions. what is the white house thinking? also, is your smat phone smarter that your doctors? getting a physical from the phone may be a reality. we'll tell you how to do that, and looking for a loan? how about one from google? we're on the case tonight on "the willis report." ♪ ♪ first, tonight's top story, good another all-time record high for the broader market today. the s&p 500 hit an all-time high. while we enjoy the recent gains, easy to forget uneasy realities. for example, three years since the flash crash, an event that destabilized the market, and since th, nothing done to fix the underlying problem, and some say it's gotten worse. what's an inveor to do? with us, frank, the president and ceo of plan financial services and martin, the cio and portfolio manager. martin, starting with you, on set here with me. talk to me about the markets. you know, we saw the s&p 5
and more expansive and unfortunately the red line that the president of the united states written was apparently written in disappearing ink. the obama administration should be, i think, cognizant of what george schultz, our former great secretary of state, once told me when he was in the marine corps, his drill stricter told him, said, never point a weapon at someone unless you're ready to pull a trigger. >> john mccain, of course, has long been leading the corps ous calling for the u.s. to step into the syrian conflict, calls that intensified the signs the war might be spreading. there is no doubt the pressure from those calls for action is being felt inside the white house. john kerry is headed to moscow to try again to convince the russians who supported the syrian government to work with the united states on a political settlement to the civil war some really valuable white house reporting from dexter fillkins shows what this pressure looks and feels like inside the obama white house. quote, the pressures on us to intervene now are enormous, senior white house official said,
by the state department, the cia, the defense department, and president obama. joining us is general thomas mcinerney, retired u.s. air force general, fox news contributor. great to have you with us. >> thank you for having me. lou: to say the least this is a long anticipated and for at least half the country, a much hope for hearing tomorrow. i would like to think the entire country when we lose men and women who serve this nation, all of us would want answers. that has not been the case. what are your hopes? >> well, i think what we are going to see -- and i also hope we are going to year some of the actual facts by people that were on the ground or involved back in state department and other national military command centers, although there won't be any direct military people. that is very important because it has become -- going to become very obvious that we had dereliction of duty of our senior leaders, and we lost four people that, frankly, we did not have to lose. we did not have to lose anybody. the indications and warning were there the day before. they put out a video that was re
or lsd. >> president obama spoke at ohio state's graduation and told their students it is their responsibility to make the world a better place. wait, isn't that literally your responsibility? >> mama and sugar bear met in an online chat room nine years ago. and they made love so sweet it gave us a honey boo-boo. and now at long last they've been joined in holy matrimony. i'll be honest when mama june cut the macaroni and cheese cake i cried like a terrible baby. the bride wore this. from the ted nugent collection. this is why the groom isn't allowed to see the bride before the wedding. >> low blow. "early start" continues right now. >>> i've been kidnapped. a shocking 911 call from one of three women missing for a decade and presumed dead now found alive. the breaking details coming up. >>> an air force officer in charge of the sexual assault prevention program arrested on sexual battery charges. >>> and his body is ready for burial but the marathon bombing suspect may be forced to return to russia. good morning to you. welcome to "early start." >> i'm christine rom
morning at 5:30 eastern an c-span2 and c-span.org. >>> remarks now from former secretary of state madeleine albright. she spoke last week at an event hosted by the truman national security project. she talks about the situation in syria and president obama's foreign policy agenda. >> my pleasure to welcome former secretary of state madeleine albright. she is excited to take our questions from our members and unlike what it might say in your program, her remarks are on the record. so please tweet away all of your little vip and staff and member cards. i will say your twitter handle. we're all about the social media right now. so tweet. as you all know secretary albright has been a beacon of american leadership and values around the world. both as secretary of state and as ambassador to the united nations. beyond that though she serves for many of us as a role model. she is sort of a north star for strong, principled national security policy. she reminds us that america is the indispensable nation, not the only nation that makes a difference but the one required to bring most of the
that this could be a slippery slope to a much deeper kind of engagement with heavy costs to the united states. in my sense what barack obama would like to see and is not getting as an option is a way to have a small footprint intervention that changed this. so i think that the interesting thing is to watch the caution with which israel has been behaving, the surgical way in which it took out these weapons. i imagine that's exactly the same kind of thing that the united states would like to do with securing the chemical weapons in one way or another and not turning this into an effort against the broader assad regime and making the u.s. as a principal player inside syria's civil war. so i think what's interesting about mccain and others is that they'd like to see these initiatives around chemical weapons lead to a broader occasion to topple assad. i think that the white house is positioning itself, if it does take action, to be only as narrowly focused on the chemical weapons and not really to become more deeply engaged in trying to topple the assad regime. >> brown: of course the question, mi
barack obama has proposed and the congress of the unitedif states. i would have done whenever he made me do to get it done. number two, barack obama lives t in a congress of the uniteds states. i think of tomorrow he said i propose some light and dark days of winter, the republicans voted against it. thatth is just the way the in ip congress of the united states is at this particular point. but i also want to try to put this, i want to put this conversation and put it in some kind of context of the civil-rights movement. and the kind of informed about who i am a hell i see things. so, i mean, if there is no voting rights act because i ' don't get to to the chicago city council because the democrats on got together and said it's time to have latinos. we add to soup, had to sue the democratic party of the city of chicago.g demo r every other big democratic wait right here in the 1987 latinos could have seats in the chicago city council. we have to inform our fight notd in terms of republicans and democrats necessarily, although there are particular alliance is a particular points are impor
to divert us from bush and obama's war crimes when the main treatment media has that covered already. wtf, new hampshire you're a gorgeous state. j.d. salinger lived in your state and never said a word. can't you get one lunatic to shut up? coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> john: on wednesday, a diplomat i can official from the u.s. embassy in bengahzi is scheduled to tell congress that more people could have been saved dug the september 11th attack last year. according to fox news, gregory hicks has said fighter jets could have come to the rescue before libyans launched a mortar attack. this contradicts pentagon officials who say there was not enough time to deploy. whether or not this is just a matter of opinion, a documentary expl
and send money to the state where the shopper lives. supporters say it levels the playing field. the bill faces opposition in the house. president obama has shown support for it. >>> live stormtracker 2, picking up showers. a little bit of activity here in the san jose bay area, in evergreen, and eastern san jose. real heavy rain in sacramento. they've had flood concerns up there. a flood warning for a time in this area, because the rainfall rates were so heavy. some areas got up to a quarter inch. this weather system is continuing to spin clouds back this way. kind of the wrong direction. more showers remain in the forecast tonight, and more showers in the forecast as we head into tomorrow as well. we'll talk about that with the latest computer model. know that tomorrow's daytime highs, lots of yellow, that's lots of 70s. when i come back, i'll have the forecast specific for your neighborhood, and the latest computer model. >>> the james beard awards throughout. the state bird provisions in san francisco was named best new restaurant in the entire country. christopher costrow won best ch
online sales. the sales taxes would be sent to the state where the shopper lives. now, supporters say that levels the playing field between online retailers and the brick and mortar stores. this bill is facing tough opposition in the house. but president obama has shown support for it. >>> 7:10. california's public utilities commission has recommended pg&e be fined $2.25 billion for the san bruno blast. it's the highest penalty possible and one that pg&e's ceo called excessive. one state safety agency also says the record fine simply does not make sense. the agency says any money pg&e spend on this tragedy should go toward making its pipes safer and not on costly fines. >>> 7:11. hackers go wild. why several groups are threatening to attack the websites of major government agencies and banks today. >>> and secret revealed. how new jersey governor chris christie has lost 40 pounds and what this says about his political aspirations. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing pan
♪ ♪ imus in the morning ♪ >> president obama, who is all government, all the time, talks job creation. he's going to the anti-government state of texas to do it. good morning, everyone. talk about opposites, in austin this week, president obama will call for more government spending. he says that's the way to create jobs. he makes his pitch in texas. the home of private enterprise. we've the got a warning for you. watch out for hacking attacks today. our banks and brokers are the targets. and separately the pentagon says china is behind attacks on military computers and the pentagon pointing the finger. and stocks are going up again. and yes, "varney & company" is about to begin. the wright brothers became the first in flight. [ goodall ] i think the most amazing thing is how like us these chimpanzees are. [ laughing ] [ woman ] can you hear me? and you hear your voice? oh, it's exciting! [ man ] touchdown nfirmed. we're safe on mars. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hi. [ baby fussing ] ♪ >> this is job creation week for president obama. he is talking jobs and he's headed to t
. and our message -- let me finish. let me finish. our message is we've always encouraged state department employees who want to share their personal story to tell the truth, period. >>gretchen: the obama administration said the hearing coming up tomorrow is purely political. a sad end to a missing grandmother in d.c. her remains were found in a wooded area near national airport. she disappeared after landing at the airport friday. she was seen on surveillance video getting off her flight but never made it to baggage claim to meet her daughter. police believe she wandered off airport property to a nearby trail. >> the f.b.i. says lives were potentially saved with a suspected terrorist arrest in minnesota. a 24-year-old arrested friday after investigators searched his home and found a cachet of explosives including molotov cocktails and an assault rifle. his father says the feds have it all wrong. >> we are peaceful people. we are not out to blow up the world and none of this [bleep] >>gretchen: police say a sign in front of his home with letters b.s.m., with reference to the black snake mi
in washington to meet u.s. president obama. the two leaders are expected to agree on a tougher system to defend against the north. south korean officials are refusing to cancel a military drill scheduled for august with the united states. the officials of north korea demanded the drill be scrapped. south korean defense ministry spokesperson said the drill will continue as long as the south korea u.s. combined forces exists. they plan to stay on alert. and he noted that a u.s. aircraft carrier will come to south korea to take part in this year's exercise. analysts say leaders in seoul are using the threat of force to contain north korea's provocations. >>> spokespersons for north korea's national defense commission said that the kaesong complex is on the brink of complete closure. workers from both north and south korea have been pulled out. the spokesperson said that the cancellation of the drill is a condition for resuming operations. >>> rebel forces in syria are facing allegations they've used chemical weapons in the country's civil war. a leading united nations investigator says opposition
of united states, we ought to see what comes out. >> greg: if this was centered around obama and involved in the questioning, you would be pretty stoked. >> bob: i'm a partisan. >> greg: that is what i love about you. eric, what do you see happening? is administration's story is falling apart. >> eric: i don't want to say that and unload after the hearings. obama slipped through the terror attack on benghazi. he slept through the 3:00 a.m. wake-up call. he flew to vegas on fund-raiser 1. he delivered his thing and then the campaign told him, don't worry. what happens in benghazi stays in benghazi and it didn't because we will find out what happened. isn't it interesting -- though seven months or eight months ago that was a long time ago. for the last five years, it's been bush's fault. eight months is too long ago. >> greg: dana, anybody will ask who pushed the video? >> dana: you said in the monologue it was valerie plame. >> you are going to be editing the talking points. they edited the facts of the community assessment to make talking points for themselves. >> bob: that is the number
and south korea. kurt campbell was assistant secretary of state for east asian and pacific affairs during the first obama administration. he now has a consulting company. and donald gregg was u.s. ambassador to south korea during the george h.w. bush administration. he's now chairman of the pacific century institute. kurt campbell, i want to start with you. the north koreans come out with the a new warning today. you see president park say "we will make them pay." what do we make of the level of at least aggressive talk? >> well, look. there's clearly a ritual quality to this. this has been going on for months. i think the more significant language is not from the north but from the south what's happening in south korea is that the tolerance for this kind of behavior has decreased very substantially in the past, the south has been prepared to take these indignities, these provocations sometimes in stride. it's difficult but to accept them. i think there is a growing sense in south korea that if they are presented with an opportunity to strike the this north they will take it and particula
in what it does right gets the attention from the president of united states. gerri: hello, everybody. tonight, on "the willis report," new controversy tonight about president obama's latest picks for top government positions. what is the white house thinking? also, is your smat phone smarter that your doctors? getting a physical from the phone may be a reality. we'll tell you how to do that, and looking for a loan? how about one from google? we're on the case tonight on "the willis report." ♪ ♪ first, tonight's top story, good
then in the nra. they don't get it because they don't get america. president obama, the president of the united states of america holiday press conference 17 days ago and angrily called the nra liars. liars, really? this from a man who spent his entire reelection campaign saying he supported our second amendment rights and would never try to take anyone's gun away. and he calls us liars? this from a president who repeatedly claimed that 40% of firearm sales don't involve a background check. that was never true. the "washington post" gave the president three pinocchio's for that one. and he calls us liars? the biggest whopper of all, one of the president's favorite lies is 90% of americans support his background check bill. yet the media can't ranted and raved about anything else. 90% of americans don't want criminals of the mentally ill to get their hands on guns. well, i don't know what kind of polling they do at the white house, but i do know this. when it comes to keeping guns out of the hands of violent criminals are the mentally deranged, nra members agree 100%. [applause] for mr. presiden
of the healthcare reform. a copy signed by president obama hangs in his office. >> it is standardizing what health insurance is. >> reporter: don't count on insurance companies to spell out the free services for you. they allow each state to decide on how to inform the public. >> you will see differences. >> reporter: another problem is the grandfathered in many plans that were in place. they do not have to comply with the requirements for free services. a headache for providers. >> we are trying to keep a practice going. follow sick patience. pay the bills and figure out what the rules are next month. >> looks good. >> good. >> reporter: if you have insurance now call your insurance company and ask about their status under the healthcare reform. you might find yourself into getting that check up without the bill. ktvu channel 2 news. >> we created a web page, called u.s. healthcare reform. it is going to help you get information you need with links and updates throughout the year. we put a time line showing milestones till the healthcare reform kicks in january 1, 2014. go to www.ktvu.com and cli
and the united states. the north's threats intensified after the u-n security council voted on authoritative action on the regime. there's been evidence that syria has used chemical weapons. president obama has called that a "red line" which shouldn't be crossed. some are pressuring him to take action. but at today's white house briefing.press secretary jay carney said the president never intended to spell out a specific reaction. >> what he never did is to say that what reaction he would take at a policy level to take the approves crossing of the red line. >> pam:a surprising twist. a u-n human rights investigators says there are suspicions that chemical weapons were used by syrian rebels -- not by the government. the white house calls that quote. "highly unlikely." so far, no cemeteries in the boston area seem willing to take the body of one of the boston bombing suspects. the final resting place for tamerlan tsarnaev -- the boston bombing suspect killed in a shoot-out with police , is still up for debate. the city's manager says allowing tamerlan's body to buried in boston would bring pro
may 6, 2013. on the night of september 11, as the obama administration scrambled to responds to the benghazi terror attacks, then secretary of state hint -- hillary clinton and a key aide effectively tried to cut the department's own counterterrorism bureau out of the chain of reporting and decision making, according to a whistleblower witnessed from that bureau who will soon testify to the charge before congress, fox news has learned. that witness, now the deputy coordinate for the agency's counterterrorism bureau. it says fox news has also learned another official from the counterterrorism bureau, independently of thompson, voiced the same complaint about clinton and undersecretary for management patrick kennedy to trusted national security colleagues back in october. extremists linked to al qaeda stormed the u.s. consulate and a nearby annex on september 11 in a heavily armed and well-coordinated assault that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens, and three other americans. thompson considers himself a whistleblower whose account was suppressed by the official
of duty since 1979 asking the state department. asking the obama administration for more support. needed more security. he warned repeatedly of problems on the ground. and then we find out that night that actually you have somebody ready to move with special forces and they get the order to stand down. more information comes out and it's more damning information. i don't think we've heard the end of this benghazi story. >> we haven't. and it's now taking place outside of the context of a presidential campaign. this was debated at the height of that campaign. it was politicized, politicized by governor romney. but now as this information comes out as we look more deeply what happened over the months to come, this isn't looking great for the administration and for the initial stories. >> i mean, the more we hear, the more muddied this becomes and the worse it looks for the administration. because you always say, we've got to let this play out, we'll let them investigate it. and when the details come out. the details are really starting to come out now again with this testimony, he's going
she -- yesterday she visited the united nations. >>> the u.s. senate will allow states to tax online sales. it will be taxed where they live and it levels is the playing field between online and brick and mortgager stores but president barack obama has shown support from it. >>> 2 and a quarter billion dollars happened two and a half year ago. it is one they call access is and they say it should be spent on making things safer and not on fines. >>> they need to keep muni relevant and one issue is how to reduce the time it takes to get from one point to another on muni routes. they need more signals for buses and now they need to figure out how to make those things happen. >>> time 5:09 if you are just joining us and i know it is a very busy commune commute and now earlier we had another crash near sunole boulevard and people were confused as to whether it was the same crash or a different crash. it was southbound near varges road and you may want to think about using 84 to get around the problem and get around the problem that way. if you get on at fremont, you will a void this whol
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